Melatonin Enhances the Immune Response

Short, winter-like photoperiods enhance immune function relative to those exposed to long, summer-like days. The seasonal changes in immune function is due to changes in the melatonin levels.   The physiological properties of melatonin are not limited to its neuroendocrine role in controlling circadian rhythms; several other actions have been discovered. Melatonin has been shown … Continue reading Melatonin Enhances the Immune Response